How to Use Memories in Photos App on Apple TV

Using Memories in Photos app on Apple TV may not be as exciting as it's on iPhone and Mac but you still have enough to inject some more thrill to your shots. Read on to enhance your memories by adjusting some settings like mood and duration on your set-top box!

“Memories” is one of the coolest features in Photos app for tvOS. With the help of iCloud Photo Library, it automatically finds some of your most memorable photos and videos and displays them in a fascinating collection, transforming them into a short movie. Haven’t given this feature a go yet? We have made a complete guide to let you use Memories in Photos app on your Apple TV.

To access memories on your Apple TV, ensure that you have photos and videos on your iOS device or Mac. Besides, all of your devices must be linked with the same iCloud Photo Library. The memories you have created on your iOS and macOS will automatically become available on your Apple TV. Though there is no option to create, edit, or delete memories in tvOS, you will be able to adjust playback settings like mood and duration.

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How to Use Memories in Photos App on Apple TV

How to Use Memories in Photos App on Apple TV

How to Access Memories in Photos for tvOS

Step #1. Open Photos app on your Apple TV.

Step #2. Now, you need to swipe to the Memories category in the menu bar.

Step #3. Next, swipe left or right to scroll through the memories.

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Step #4. Next up, choose a memory to watch the movie and view related photos and videos.

Fine-tuning the mood of memories is made to be just as easy.

How to Change the Mood of a Memory in Photos App for tvOS

Step #1. Open Photos → head over to the Memories category → select your favorite video and play it.

Step #2. During playback, you need to swipe down to show the Info panel and then swipe to Mood.

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Step #3. Next, you have to swipe down and select the mood you prefer.

Based on your liking, you can alter the duration of a memory as well. Keep reading…

How to Change the duration of a Memory in Photos for tvOS

Step #1. Launch Photos → Go to the Memories category → choose a video and play it.

Step #2. While the video is playing, swipe down to show the Info panel.

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Step #3. Now, swipe to Duration.

Step #4. Next, swipe down and select your preferred duration.

Oh yes, there are also some audio controls to bolster your experience.

How to Access Audio Controls in Memories in Photos for tvOS

Step #1. Open Photos → Go to the Memories category → select a video and play it.

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Step #2. When the video is playing, swipe down to show the Info panel.

Step #3. Now, swipe to Audio.

Step #4. Next, swipe down and choose your preferred option.

That’s pretty much it!

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.

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